AmigaOS

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Amiga
DesignerCommodore International
ManufacturerCommodore International
CPUMotorola 68000
Graphicsvarious
RAMvarious
MediaFloppy disk, CD-ROM
Release1985-1996
Added to museumnot yet

AmigaOS is a line of operating systems that run on Amiga computers.

Compatibility

AmigaOS was designed to run on computers using Motorola 68000 processors designed by Commodore International.

Release

AmigaOS was released from 1985 to 1996.

Beginning in 2002, it was continued as AmigaOS 4 for Amiga computers with PowerPC upgrades as well as AmigaOne computers.

Physical Amiga games owned by the WEC Museum

Title Developer Release Added to Museum Notes
Tetris Mirrorsoft 1988 April 5, 2020

Digital AmigaOS games owned by WEC Museum

Title Developer Released Added to Museum Notes
Adventure Will Crowther, Don Woods 1990 August 28, 2019
Adventure 6 Will Crowther, Don Woods, David Long 1990 August 28, 2019
Adventure 2.5 Will Crowther, Don Woods 1995 August 27, 2019
Adventure 3 Will Crowther, Don Woods, David Platt 1985 August 27, 2019
Adventure 4 Will Crowther, Don Woods, Mike Arnautov 1995 August 27, 2019

Emulated Amiga games owned by WEC Museum

Title Developer Released Added to Museum Notes
Paradroid Graftgold 1990 May 17, 2018 The Amiga version is on The Graftgold Collection owned by the WEC Museum.
Realms Graftgold 1991 May 17, 2018 The Amiga version is on The Graftgold Collection owned by the WEC Museum.
Fire & Ice Graftgold 1992 May 17, 2018 The Amiga version is on The Graftgold Collection owned by the WEC Museum.
Uridium 2 Graftgold 1993 May 17, 2018 The Amiga version is on The Graftgold Collection owned by the WEC Museum.
Empire Soccer 94 Graftgold 1994 May 17, 2018 The Amiga version is on The Graftgold Collection owned by the WEC Museum.
Virocop Graftgold 1995 May 17, 2018 The Amiga version is on The Graftgold Collection owned by the WEC Museum.